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DisplayPort cables are perfect for transmitting high resolution video and audio from sources to displays. With support for resolutions up to 8K, DisplayPort are some of the highest performance cables available today. An added benefit of DisplayPort technology is the ability to connect multiple displays to a single video output by ‘daisy-chaining’ the cables.

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Present in over 4 billion consumer products, the HDMI interface is the current global standard for high resolution video and audio transmission from AV sources to displays and projectors.

The HDMI specification is constantly being updated to allow HDMI cables and devices to support the latest features such as 4K UHD resolutions.

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DVI is a digital video interface that supports both digital and analogue signals to provide video content from graphics cards to displays. The cables are capable of taking the analogue data of a graphics card and converting it mid-transmission to a digital signal that can be received by modern display technologies.

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USB Type C

The new USB Type C connector is a revolution in USB technology. Type C is reversible, so no matter which orientation the cable is inserted, you will always find a connection. The connector is capable of fully bi-directional operation with automatic Host and Device negotiation and up to 10Gbps of bandwidth alongside power delivery and alternate mode.

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USB 3.0

USB 3.0 is a standard of USB connection technology which was launched in 2008 and has since become the global standard for USB connection. This standard features a data transfer technology called SuperSpeed. This allows data to be transferred at speeds of up to 5Gbps. USB 3.0 is also capable of supplying power up to 60W.

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USB 2.0

USB is a data transfer technology that has become synonymous with IT connectivity worldwide. USB 2.0 is a USB specification which is capable of transferring data at speeds up to 480Mbps. USB 2.0 technology can be found in countless devices from simple input peripherals to smartphones, tablets and laptops.

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